Le tableau

Genre: Short
31 min

though it's what everyone's

been thinking!

The Painter is not

going to come back!

At last, someone with the

courage to speak the truth.

We must come to terms with this.

This is his decision!

Which means that we

are his chosen creations.

You see, we are his only complete

and perfect works of art...

the culmination of his vision!

Which means that he has chosen us to

rule over and bring order to his kingdom!

He's right!

We must rule over the Halfies!

I'm so glad to hear it.

We shouldn't even have

to look at them!

Finally, some honesty

around here...

I completely agree...

After all, there's only so

much room in our castle.

There's no way we can be expected to

share it with those who are inferior.

- Let them live out there in

the gardens... - Or the forest.

- In the forest?

- Why not?

It's a logical decision!

Who could fault us for doing it?


Who is that?

That's Ramo.

You know, the one who's

with that Halfie girl...

What makes you think the

Alldunns are actually superior?

I think it's fairly obvious, don't you?

The Painter chose to complete us.

And how would you

know what he thinks?

Are you speaking to him?

Listen to me! We have no idea

why the Painter disappeared.

No one here does!

There's still a chance

that he'll come back,

and when he does,

he'll finish the Painting!

He's not coming back!

He's just a child!

What does he know?

You're proud of your appearances,

I understand that,

but your words are fueled

by shame, and hate!

We should blot out from

our minds our differences,

and focus on how we

are the same!

- Don't paint us in such a bad light.

- Very shady!

- What's good about a Sketchie?

- I'm drawing a blank!

Alright! Enough, my friends!

Our Ramo is just trying to

justify his love affair.

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